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TABLE OF CONTENTS 




le.f.K....: SENIOR CLASS 



32 



CHANCELLOR AND 
ADMINISTRA TION 



38 UNDERCLASSMEN 

50 ?. 7.7. ORGANIZATIONS 





66. CALENDAR GIRLS 



78.:. SOUL EXPLOSION 




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WHO'S WHO ^, 138 

FACULTYAND 
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Clifton J. Anderson 
1929-1979 



"Cappy", as he was known to his many friends, was born November 25, 1929 to the late 
Howard and Mary Page Anderson. He was educated in the public schools of Cape May, New 
Jersey, graduating from Cape May High School. At a very young age he was noted for his ath- 
letic ability while receiving accolades as an outstanding football and track star. He attended 
Indiana University at Bloomington on football and track scholarships. While there he set 
University records in track and was outstanding in the sport of football. After graduation 
from Indiana, he had an abbreviated but brilliant football career with the Chicago Cardinals 
and New York Giants. After his stint in professional football, Cappy returned to Indiana 
where he earned his Masters Degree in Physical Education. 



Cappy moved to Shaw University in North Carolina where he served as head football 
coach. During his stay at Shaw, he produced several powerful Central Intercollegiate Ath- 
letic Association teams. 

In 1960 he was attracted to the former Maryland State College at Princess Anne, Maryland 
now UMES. He served as head track and defensive line coach for football. A host of champi- 
ons and championships were molded by the hands of this great coach and educator. Olympic 
stars, Benedict Cayenne and Charlie Mays, along with Russ Rogers, Robert Brown and many 
others had the privilege of competing under his tutelage. Coach Anderson remained at the 
University of Maryland, Eastern Shore until his death, Friday, March 16, 1979 at 1:10 p.m. in 
the Peninsula General Hospital Medical Center following a long illness. 

Just this academic year, Cappy was named as Chairman of the Department of Physical 
Education. Over the years. Coach Anderson was one of the most respected coaches on the 
UMES campus. He sent many players to the pros. CLIFTON 1. ANDERSON. SR. WAS A 
PROFESSIONAL MAN. 

In addition to his many campus activities Coach Anderson, was a member of the Metropol- 
itan United Methodist Church in Princess Anne; he was also a member of several profes- 
sional organizations including long-time membership in the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. 
Twice, while at UMES he was cited as "Coach of the Year," once in 1968 and again in 1978. 
The student body recognized him in 1968 by bestowing upon him the "Teacher of the Year" 
award. 

He will be long remembered for his vivacious spirit and cheerful attitude, as well as his 
strong determination to compete, no matter what the odds may have been. "Cappy" shall for- 
ever live in the memories of all those who knew him, as a great example of one who would 
not give up, even though the task often seemed to be insurmountable. 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




STAFFORD DICKERSON 
President 



EVA McGOWAN 

Treasurer 

BARBARA SPENCER 

Secretary 

SHIRLEY BERGER 

Corresponding Secretary 



OTIS JORDAN 
Vice President 




Senior Class Senators: BARBARA SPENCER, OTIS JORDAN. 
SHIRLEY BERGER, EVA McGOWAN, STAFFORD DICKERSON 




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Business Administration 



BRENDA BLAKE 
Business Administration 



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CARRELLA BRADFORD 
Pre-Law 



LONNIE BROWN 
Industrial Education 



ROBERT BROWN 
Music Education 




ROBERT BUNTING 
Agriculture Education 



BOBBY L. CAUSEY 
Business Administration 



SENIORS 




BEVERLY CORNISH 
Business Administration 





HECTOR CRESPO 
Business Administration 




BERNADETTE DESHIELDS 
Business Education 



MAURICE DEW 
Elementary Education 




STAFFORD DICKERSON 
Art Education 




KENNETH EPPS 
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DENISE DOUGLASS 
Elementary Education 





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Physical Education 





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Business Administration 



JOYCE HOLLAND 
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CORNELL SMITH 
Business Administration 



PAMELA SMITH 
Business Education 



SENIORS 




RONALD THAXTON 



KURT THOMPKINS 
Sociology 



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BEATRICE WHITTINGTON 
Business Education 



ROBERT WOODY 
Physical Education 




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Director of Institutional Research 
Dr. George Ossman 




Interim Ass't to the Vice Chancellor 
Mr. Oscar J. Chapman 




Interim Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs 
Dr. Wade Ellis 



Vice Chancellor of Student 

Affairs 

Dr. Herman Franklin 



OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 




Ass't Vice Chancellor for 
Graduate Studies 
Dr. Shekhar Kaup 





Vice Chancellor for Academic 

Affairs 

Dr. William Pender 



Director of Development 
Mr. Nelson Townsend 



DEPARTMENT HEADS 




AGRICULTURE 
Dr. F. H. Smith 



ART 
Mr. Ernest Satchell 



BUSINESS & ECONOMICS 
Dr. Imtiaz Ahmad 




EDUCATION 
Dr. Casey Jones 



ENGLISH & LANGUAGES 
Mr. James Polk 



DEPARTMENT HEADS 




INDUSTRIAL & MECHANICAL 

TECHNOLOGY 

Dr. Lehman Tomlin 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
Ms. Lois Smith 




-NATURAL SCIENCES 
Dr. Thomas Hopkins 



SOCIAL SCIENCES 
Dr. Goeffrey Guest 



EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER 
Dr. Linda Drew 



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AGRICULTURE 



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Clarence Cottman, S 
Patricia Hudson, S 



Lynn Johnson, F 
Judy McKenzie, S 
John Mayes III, Jr 



BUSINESS AND 
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Jerome Antone, Jr. 

Melodye Bates, F 

Gwendolyn Brown, S 




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BUSINESS AND 
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James Brown, T 
Jean Carter, Jr 
Carolyn Cleveland 
Lemuel Clinton, T 



Barbara Coleman, Jr 
Johnny Coley. Jr 
Lillian Countee, Jr 
Joyce Cutchember. 
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Karen Douglass, Jr 
Harriet Dunston, F 
Bart Griffin, Jr 
Vicki Hairston, F 



Charles Hayes, S 
William Hytche, Jr 
James LaSane, Sr 
Taryn Miller, S 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS 



Kim Maxwell, F 

Troy McMillion, F 

Lisa Reese, Jr 



Denise Pumphrey, F 

Arnold Pugh, S 

Lynn Shaw, T 



Michael Thornhill. Jr 



Andre Tull,S 



Robert Williams, S 




COBAL MAKES EVERY DAY ROUGH 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



Josie Costango, S 
Sharon Elliott, Jr 
Michael Hall. Jr 




EDUCATION 



Denice Harris, Jr 
Keebler Holley, S 
Grason Jackson, F 
James Lawson, F 



Gail Lee, Jr 
Arlene Perkins, S 
Antonette Punzi, T 
Wanda Vowels, F 



ENGLISH AND LANGUAGES 



HOME ECONOMICS 



Linda Armstrong, F 
Janice Griffin, Jr 
Anita Hairston. Jr 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



HOME ECONOMICS 



Lurline Haughton, F 

Brenda McGee, F 

Doretha Penn, Jr 



INDUSTRIAL AND 
MECHANICAL ARTS 



Clinton Beckett, S 

Robert Easterly, Jr 

Leonard Harmon, Sr 



Joan Lee, T 

Glenn Sabb, Sr 

Willie Spencer, Jr 

James Taylor, S 




D. David Ware, Jr 

Keith Wheeler, Jr 

Maurier Winston, Jr 



MATHEMATICS & 
COMPUTER 

SCIENCE 



Lament Davis, Jr 
Reginald Ennis, S 
Cynthia Harris, Jr 




UNDERCLASSMEN 



Glenn Holmes, F 
Marcia Hurgus, S 
Cheryl Yarborough, S 




MATHEMATICS AND 

COMPUTER 

SCIENCE 



MUSIC 



Tania Galvin, F 
Linda Green, Jr 
Janice Martin, S 
Benjamin Mullin, Jr 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Mike Butler, Sr 
Nina Clark, F 
Thomas Farrow, Sr 
Jeff Hairston, F 



Kenneth Simmons, Jr 
John Thomas, Sr 
Ronald Tresvant, S 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



NATURAL 
SCIENCES 



William Bey, F 
Dennis Casson, S 

Martha Cox, Jr 
Daryle Cruthfield 



Colleen Foster, F 

Deborah Huggins, F 

Rhonda Johnson. S 

Elsie Kellam, S 



Pamela Lewis, S 

Mike Murphy, S 

Michelle Smith, F 

Royalette Smith 



Derek Anderson, S 

Otis Autry, Jr 

Agnes Bond, S 




Marie Watkins, S 

Selwyn Watson, F 

Reginald Wilson, S 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



George Bannerman, F 
Clarence Benjamin, Sr 
Cynthia Cephas, F 




SOCIAL SCIENCES 



Donald West, Jr 
James W. Wise, S 
Sandra Wright, T 



Kitty Chapman, Jr 
Eartha Conway, S 
Derek Copeland, F 
Kenneth Douse, Jr 



Jeff Gaines, Jr 
Juanita Holmes, T 
Rodney Jackson, F 
Jerry Jones, S 



Gary Massey, F 
Grag Thomas, F 
Arlette Trimmings 
Karen Walton, S 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



GENERAL CURRICULUM 

Provided for those students who have not 
definitely decided upon a major to be pursued 



Terrance Diggs 

Cynthia Dyson, F 

Gay Cleaves, F 

Derek Clover, F 



Leo Hairston, S 

Torey Hall, F 

Curtis Harmon, F 

Andrea Hill, F 



Michael Binford, F 
Floyd Blackett, S 
Pamela Brown, F 



John Chesley, F 

James Claiborne, S 

Lynn Clipper, F 





UNDERCLASSMEN 



Renee Holmes. F 
Deborah Jenkins, S 
Cornelia Johnson, F 




GENERAL CURRICULUM 



Maxine Jubilee, F 
Roderick Lindsey, F 
John Moye, F 



Oliver Pope, S 
Robecca Roberts, F 
Samuel Saylor, T 
Phyllis Spencer, S 



Rhonda Spencer, S 
Charles Stewart, S 
Pamela Watkins, F 
Linda White, S 



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GROOVE GROOVE GROOVE GROOVE GROOVE GROOVE GROOVE GROOVE 



GREEKS 
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CANDID PEEPS 




Goo Girl Getting Off! 



"Oh where, oh where has my little 
doggone . . ." 





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Three SILLIES; He has to be, He wants to be, 
and he just is. 



FRIENDS FOREVER 



The U.M.E.S. Thinker 




Brothers & sisters & LOVERS 



"There's NO business hke SHOW BUSINESS' 




Just take a few drops . . . and in no time 




GUEST SPEAKERS 

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MISS JANUARY 

Marie 

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MR. MUSCLES CONTEST 




Avon Meachum" 
Leo Hairston 
Ricky Holt 



Edward Williams^ 
Gregg Mcintosh** 
Mark Miller 
Edward Jackson** 




Mr. Adolphus Meachum 
Winner 




DIRECT FROM THE COUNTRY CLUB 
IN NEW YORK 



THE STAR OF OUR SHOW . . . 
MR. 'TEG LEG'' BATES 




Awaiting the judges' decision . . . 




. . . Marie Watkins 
Miss Calendar Girl 1979-80 





The happiest moment is hearing 
them call your name . . . 




Miss Calendar Girl and Her Royal Court: W. 
Vowels; K. West; J. Carter; C. Nelson; P. Hudson: 
and M. Jubilee (including D. Jones not shown) 




"Last of the BIG TIME spenders' 





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Taryn Miller 
Miss Calendar Girl 1978-79 




THE TWENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL 

HONORS CONVOCATION 



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Eva McGowan — Business 




Maria Martin — English 



Mary Grant and Lang Phan — Human Ecology 




Lois Jones — Mathematics 



Donald Stewart — Music 



Yvonne Edv^ards — Phys. Ed. 



HONORS CONVOCATION 









AWARDS AND 




RECOGNITIONS 




SOUL 




A superb marching 
time activities 



EXPLOSION 




band makes half 
G-R-E-A-T! 




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EASTERN SHORE 1978 




DONNA C WALTON 



MISS HA WK 1978-79 






TARYNMILLER 



Taryn is a native New Yorker, from Hempstead, Long 
Island. She is a sophomore majoring in Business Admin- 
istration. Taryn is the class treasurer and held the title of 
Miss Calendar Girl 1978-1979. Her favorite pastime is 
reading; she enjoys mysteries and biographies. 



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LINDA GREEN 
Miss Junior 




BRENDA BLAKE 
Miss Senior 





COURT 




VALERIE ROSS 
Miss Sophomore 



DOEMETRIS JONES 
Miss Freshman 



QUEENS 




LOUISE GALE 

Miss Ladies' and Gentlemen's 

Club 



VICTORIA HAIRSTON 
Miss Gamma Phi Omega 




QUEENS 



DARNISE HENRY 
Miss Calender Girl 



RHONDA JOHNSON 
Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 




EVA McGOWAN 
Miss Kappa Alpha Psi 




GRETA LEE 
MissZeta Phi Beta 



KERRI MCPHERSON 
Miss Cheerleader 




VALERIE ROCHESTER 
Miss Natural Sciences 




GERMAINE SMITH 
Miss Commuter 




ADDIE SMITH 
Miss Physical Education 





ANGELA R. TUGGLE 
MissN.A.A.C.P. 



PEGGY TURPIN 
Miss Art 



QUEENS 




TERESA WATERS 
Miss Gamma Sigma Sigma 



VALERIE WHITAKER 
Miss Groove Phi Groove 




MAEWINSLOW 
Miss Phi Beta Lambda 



SHARON SMULLEN 
Miss Agriculture 



HOMECOMING 1979 



^^^lil DONNA WALTON — MISS U.M.ES. 




TARYN MILLER 
MISS HAWK 



UMES PARADE 





Miss Yearbook 



Miss lunior 



Miss Gamma Sigma Sigma 




Miss Baseball 



Miss Phi Beta Lambda 



Miss Natural Sciences 



OF QUEENS 




Miss Senior 



Miss Phi Beta Sigma 



Miss Gamma Phi Omega 





MissN.A.A.C.P. 



Miss Zeta Phi Beta 



Miss Physical Education 



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1978 FOOTBALL SEASON 




The 1978 Football Season began with all new 
faces in the coaching positions and a few new 
bodies in the various starting positions. Together 
they made things happen; the offense moved the 
ball for more yardage, and scored more points 
too. The defense was strong, but they suffered 
some early injuries that they felt all season. 



Eric Christian — Secondary 
Tyrone Caldwell — Defensive line 
Joseph Redmond — HEAD Coach 



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Offensive Coordinator 



Scottie Elliott 
Receivers Coach 



Scott Manhoff 
Offensive Line 




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Myron Unzickker 
Trainer 



THEY HELP 
THE HURT 

STOP 
HURTING 




Eric Brown 
Student Trainer 




OFFENSIVE LINE 
Mark Miller 
Michael Thornhill 
Thomas Farrow 
Alphonso Hayes 
Terry Fedderman 
Maurier Winston 



DEFENSIVE LINE 
Daryl McNamara 
Merredith Armwood 
Norton Majors 
Edward Jackson 
Richard Edison 
Edward Williams 



FOOTBALL'S 
FINEST 



Miss Taryn Miller 
Miss Hawk 

Miss Donna Walton 
Miss UMES 

Miss Jermille Redmond 
Miss Pride 





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Mike Butler Interception 



in his College career. 



BATTLE BISONS 




Coaches watch with anxiety . . . 

. . . second attempt . . . Jeff makes it 
GOOD!! 



FINAL SCORE 
HAWKS — 24 BISONS — 21 





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This ladies basketball team is basically young. The majority of them are "rookies." Despite 
their faults and the obstacles of the 1978-79 season, the HAWKETTES proved to be great. They 
upheld the title of HAWKETTES. They were WINNERS, and the Coaches are looking forward to 
a brighter 1979-80 season. 



WOMENS' BASKETBALL 1978-79 

SALISBURY STATE 
UNIVERSITY OF DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

CECIL COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

UNIVERSITY OF DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

COLLEGE OF NOTRE DAME 

SHAW COLLEGE AT DETROIT 

CECIL COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

HOWARD UNIVERSITY 

HOWARD UNIVERSITY 

COPPIN STATE COLLEGE 

MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY 

DELAWARE STATE COLLEGE 



OFFENSE IS OUR WEAPON 




AND DEFENSE IS OUR STRENGTH! 



BASKETBALL 




1978-79 SCHEDULE 



KIRKLAND HALL 
Head Coach 




OTIS JORDAN 
Equipment Manager 



HOME 

79 Salisbury State 

81 Virginia Union . . . . 

89 Cannon College . . . 

70 Youngstown State U . 

86 Towson State U . . . 

74 Hampton Institute . . 

58 Virginia Union .... 

55 Athletes in Action . . 

74 North Carolina Central 

78 North Carolina A&T . 

82 Hampton Institute . . 

53 Morgan State U . . . 



OPP. 

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64 f . . . North Carolina Central 73 ' 

64 North Carolina A&T 84 

65 Howard U 73 

93 South Carolina State ^„ 92 

78 Howard U : 62 ^ 

96 Salisbury State 78 "^ 

80 South Carolina State 71 

77 Coppin State College 79 

69 Morgan State U 75 

87 Delaware State 85 




(L-R) Wayman, Mario, George, Kenny, Mark, Marion, Roger, Gerald, Kneeling: Ron, Al, Antonio, 
Wayne, Alfonzo, Steve, Robert 




IAN DALEY 
6'2y4" 170 lbs. 
SWIFT GUARD 



STEVE HAYES 

6®7" 200 lbs. 

STRONG FORWARD 



ED WILLIAMS 

6'4%" 180 lbs. 

FORWARD 



HA WK ASSETS FOR '79-80 



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WRESTLING HA WKS 






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RUNNERS 





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BASEBALL TEAM 




CO-CAPTAINS: Kirk Colbert 
Gary Stewart 



'SWINGING HAWKS" 




KIRKLAND HALL 
Head Coach 




(L-R) ANTONIO, KEVIN, L.A., KEITH, KIRK, MELVIN, JOHNNY, PRE- 
STON, GARY, DARYL, SMILEY. 



1978-79 ALL SPORTS BANQUET 




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AKA's present DIANE HOL- 
LOWAY with the Woman Ath- 
lete Award of the Year for her 
outstanding participation in 
Track and Field. 




Mrs. Myrtle Anderson pres- 
ents YVONNE EDWARDS with 
the Clifton }. Anderson, Sr. tro- 
phy for the outstanding athlete. 



ALL SPORTS 




BANQUET 




STUDENT ACTIVITIES BOARD 




ALPHA ANGELS 







THE HA WK'S MESSAGE 





COMMUTERS CLUB 










LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S 
CLUB 




MATHEMATICS CLUB 




PHI BETA LAMBDA 
(BUSINESS CLUB) 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 




CHEERLEADERS 




(L-R) GWEN, VICKIE. DEBBIE, CHERYL, JUDY, DEB- 
BIE, TERRI 




"We've got HAWK POWER, and it's the greatest POWER 
of them all . . ." 



...WITH HAWK 
PRIDE & SPIRIT 




KERI McPHERSON 
Miss Cheerleader 1978-79 




'Way down in Princess Anne . . ." 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Dr. Brenda O. Anderson 
Reading Specialist 



Mr. Robert Bowden 
Physical Plant Admin. 



Mr. Thomas Calnan 
Coordinator Hotel Mgt. I 




Mr. Robert Dowery 
Director of Student Activities 



Dr. Bonita Ewers 

Cooperative Education 

Director 



Dr. John Groutt 
Upward Bound Director 



ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Dr. Theodore Henderson 
Counseling Center Director 



Mr. James Lockwood 
Financial Aid Director 



Dr. Raymond Robillard 
Business Manager 



Mr. Robert Sheridan 
Director Public Relations 




Mrs. Jessie Smith 
Head Librarian 



Mrs. Dorothy Waters 

Career Placement & Planning 

Director 



1979 ARTS 




CREATIVE 
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PEOPLE JUST BEING 







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FACULTY 

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ADMINISTRA TION 



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Remember: The coaches 
scene about the way 
professors see athletes 
and vice versa. Coach 
Mac playing Idi Amin. Ms. 
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FACULTY 

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ADMINISTRA TION 



TALENT 
SHOW 



Remember "Crazy" Moses' joke about 
Dick. Admissions' and their "Git 
Down Choir" 




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STAGE BAND 




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SAMUEL AKINLEYE 
Agriculture 



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BRENDA BLAKE 
Business Administration 




ROBERT DASH 
Sociology 



DANIEL FIELDS 
Business Administration 



COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES 





KEITH GOOD 
Agriculture 



ANNETTE HALL 
Elementary Education 





CYNTHIA HARRIS 
Mathematics 



JOYCE HOLLAND 
Mathematics 



WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN 





LOIS JONES 
Mathematics 



EVA McGOWAN 
Business Administration 





CAROLYN MURRAY 
Mathematics 



MICHAEL OJU 
Agriculture 



COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES 




DEBRA PAPARELLA 
Sociology 





JOYCE STEVENSON 
Business Administration 




DEBORAH TERRELL 
Elementary Education 



PEGGY TURPIN 
Art Education 



CONCERT CHOIR 




CONCERT CHOIR 





THE CLASS OF 2000 





A TECHNOLOGY FAIR 




STUDENT LEADERS 




Otis Autry 
Alpha Phi Alpha 



Clarence Benjamin 
Bowling Team 



Cardell Dedmon 
Drama Society 



Richard Edison 
Kappa Alpha Psi 



Luther McKinney 
S.G.A. 



Bryant Mercer 
Groove Phi Groove 



Lenny Clipper 
Freshman Class 




Eva McGowan 
Panhellenic Council 




Benjamin Mullen 
Junior Class 



STUDENT LEADERS 




Genesis Parker 
Collegiate FFA 



Donald Stewart 
Clefters 



Debra A. Waites 
HAWK Yearbook 



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Cornell Smith 
Phi Beta Lambda 



Ronald Thaxton 
Phi Beta Sigma 





Joyce Stevenson 
Commuter's Club 




Peggy Turpin 
Art Club 





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Gamma Sigma Sigma 



Donald West 
Ladies and Gents Club 



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COLLEGIATE 



FUTURE 



FARMERS OF 







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AMERICA 




Dr. Eugene Bass 
"The latissimus dorsi needs 
about this much." 




Dr. Mary F. Burks 
"Never use your hands to 
express your words." 



Mr. WiUiam Clelland 
"Use this part to cut off a finger 
or toe." 







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Mr. Leon Copeland 
"Umm, I think 1" = 40 feet." 




Ms. Joan Cornish 
"That answer isn't bad, it's 
wrong." 



Dr. Leon Coursey 
"Yes, I'm teaching summer 
school, and it will be looong 
and hooot." 




Ms. Delia Dameron 
"An oral interpretation should 
be physical." 




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Ms. Patricia Elbert 
'Speech is silver, but silence is 
^olden." 




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Mr. Ervin Engram 
"Another semester-long vaca- 
tion candidate . . ." 




Mr. Remo Ferrante 
"Oui, je parle frances, entrez 
dans la salle de classe." 




Dr. Helen Gleason 
"That's not what the book has." 



Mrs. Alma Gregg 
"Van Cliburn has nothing on 
me, because I can play this 
thing." 




Mr. Ghan Gupta 
"Baseball, hot dogs and apple 
pie are fine, but the Chevy's 
exhaust system isn't good for 
the environment." 



Mr. David Heinick 
"Darling, we mustn't keep Stra- 
vinskii waiting." 



Mr. Harold Hollomon 
"Be more original with your 
excuses, next time, okay." 




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Mr. William Hull 
"You see, it's basic physics, we 
needed someone, and I 
accepted the position." 



Ms. Yen Wan Hung 
'COFe is my favorite drink.' 



Mr. James Jardine 
"Stand back, this is my HULK 
position." 




Mrs. Marian Keenan 
"How do you spell relief?" 



Ms. M. Kumelachew 
'You do your own tailoring?' 



Dr. Erica Leh 
"Here, class, is an example of 
fine arts." 




Mrs. Susan Levy 
"You want to cook WHAT!! 



Mr. David Mafaro 
"My brother, be careful, who 
will they think of next?" 



Dr. Rev. Kenneth Martin 
"One and a two and a three . 




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Dr. U.S. McPherson 
"Am I cuddly, or am I cuddly?' 



Mr. Joseph Okike 
"My sister, you will not laugh 
come exam time." 




Mrs. Joyce Myster 
"2 + 2 = 5, you're getting 
closer." 



Mrs. Annette Noble 
"Can't computers be wrong? 
sometimes?" 








Mr. Jack Perrine 
"The Professor should be on 
Sesame Street." 



Dr. Jack Pinion 
"I prefer the formulas, thank 
you." 





Dr. Howard Rebach 
"Ha, ha, that exam was a killer, 
wasn't it?" 



Dr. Steve Rebach 
'You should see the Marine 
Biology class drawings." 



Mrs. Sheila Richardson 
"Proofreading can be very bor- 
ing." 




Dr. JoelRoache, III 
"That ain't half bad." 



Mr. Kenneth Rogers 
"This one might just cost me 
my job." 



Mr. Ivatury Sankaran 
"They ALL passed the exam.' 




*"*!MP^ '^I'^VS*-- 



Mr. Brady Shafer 
'The curve is more like a BELL. 




Dr. G. Singh 
"A little juice from here and 
Frankenstein will be ready." 





Dr. Charles Smith 
"Yes, I pledged the pioneer 
line." 



Dr. George Starling 
"What do you mean, what does 
EMERITUS mean?" 



Miss Marilyn Thornton 
"Will this pose do?" 





was chaired by Dr. Kaup 



. . . was addressed by Dr. Sparks 



FIRST GRADUATE 
FACULTY MEETING 





The administrators (See below) 



The Graduate Faculty 



(Lower picture on the left) Left to Right: Dr. Casey Jones, Head of the Department of Education 
(offering masters in Guidance and Counseling), Dr. Shekhar S. Kaup, Assistant Vice Chancellor 
for Graduate Studies, Dr. David S. Sparks, Interim Vice President for Graduate Studies, and 
Research (University of Maryland System), Dr. Wade Ellis, Interim Vice Chancellor for Aca- 
demic Affairs, and Dr. Thomas Hopkins, Head of the Department of Natural Sciences (and 
Chairman of the MEES Program Committee offering masters and doctorate in Marine, Estua- 
rine and Environmental Studies.) 




SUPPORTIVE 



VIrs. Wende Ang 



Mrs. Gloria Bland 







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Mrs. Jaunesta Cannon 



Ms. Alva Corbin 



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Ms. Linda Corbin 



Mrs. Elizabeth Cordery 




Mr. Robert Estes 



Ms. Vera Fields 



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Ms. Willis Fontaine 



Ms. Agnes Handy 





STAFF 




Mrs. Priscilla Handy 

Ms. Susan Harmon 



Mrs. Pauline Hayward 




Mrs. Mary Holmberg 



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Ms. Charlette Hotton 



Ms. Charletta House 




Ms. Anna Howard 



Mrs. Alverta Jones 




Ms. Florence Jones 



Mrs. Barbara Mason 





Mrs. A.M. Matthews 



Mrs. Lennette Messick 





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Mrs. Sue Phillips 



Mrs. Marvella Rounds 



Miss Adrian Smilley 



Mrs. Martha Smith 



Ms. Judith Stribling 



Miss Laura Thompson 



Mrs. Susan Tull 



Mrs. Elizabeth Wester 









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Mr. LeCounte Conway 



Mr. Ronald Holden 



Mr. Tames Hull 



Mr. Charles Hutt 



Mr. Hilton Johnson 



Mr. Hal Knight 



Mr. Mei-Yiao Lo 



Mr. Calvin Thomas 



Mr. Wayne Tull 





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ONE OF LIFE'S ''KEYS" 

TO 
SUCCESS 




Debra is a Senior, concentrating in the area of Biological Sciences. This is her 
third year working with the staff in full capacity. This year, you will notice a num- 
ber of changes in the style and print of THE HAWK: most of these changes were 
implemented by Debra, serving in the position of Editor-in-chief. 



Dear Members of the HA WK family: 

lam quite happy to be able to say that this year's 
edition o/THE HAWK has been a success! 
Understandably, not everyone is as satisfied with this 
edition as lam. It has been a pleasure working in the 
capacity of Editor-in-chief; and I would like to extend 
thanks to those of you who have made this yearbook 
possible: Ms. Dorothy Waters, advisor; Mr. Thomas 
Wiles, photographer; Mr. Floyd Blackett, student 
photographer; Renee Tuggle, underclassman section; 
Ms. Alverta Jones, faculty section; Hein Ngo, cover 
design, and the many others. 

To the individuals whose pictures did not appear in 
this edition, as an oversight on my part, please forgive 
me for my default. But, to the many individuals who 
refused, for whatever reason, to have a photograph 
taken, be adult enough to take the time and 
responsibility to cooperate with the next yearbook 
staff, it will eliminate the headache of hearing you 
complain after the book is published. 

Despite the few obstacles and hardships, I can 
honestly say that serving as editor for this edition of 
THE HAWK has been a unique and fulfilling 
experience. 

Respectfully, 

Debra A. Waites 
Editor- in -chief 




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YEARBOOK STAFF 



Sandy is a native of Hill Crest Heights, Maryland. She is 
an Elementary Education major, in her third year. Her con- 
tributions include Superlatives, Organizations, and others. 
THANKS SANDY, our Special Event Editor 



CASSANDRA EDWARDS 



Lenny is a native of California, and a Freshman Business 
major here. This is Lenny's first year on the staff, we w^ish 
him many more. Lenny is a definite asset. 



LENNY CLIPPER 



Glenda is a Senior at the University, concentrating in the 
area of Business Administration. She has added a helpful 
hand to the staff this year as Copy editor, she also helped 
with Faculty, Clubs, and others. 



GLENDA M. NEAL 



ALMA MATER 

To thee, dear Alma Mater 
We raise our grateful song. 
For through thy noble teachings 
Thou'st made thy children strong; 
And thousands still shall praise thee. 
All earth shall hear their swell. 
And bind our hearts yet closer 
To thee we love so well. 

Maryland, Maryland, Home of Maroon and Gray, 

Maryland, Maryland, thee we will love always 

All hail to thee, fair Maryland, 

All glory be to thee! 

Grow thou in strength and honor 

Through all eternity! 

We love thy spacious campus. 
We love thy towering halls; 
And hallowed are the lessons 
We learn within thy walls 
Stand thou forever glorious 
Full robed in living green. 
Shine thou in endless splendor 
Beneath thy trees serene, 

Maryland, Maryland, Home of Maroon and Gray, 

Maryland, Maryland, thee we will love always 

All hail to thee, fair Maryland, 

All glory be to thee! 

Grow thou in strength and honor 

Through all eternity! 




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